Tilapia the cartoonist is an awesome Ghanaian comic cartoon creator that picks trending subjects in the country and generates an awesome piece of art with an intended message. Tilapia today made a tremendous piece of cartoon art about the widely talked about controversial Electronic-Levy [E-Levy] on how after milking a said cow brought out no expected milk.
The Executive Director of Africa Educational Watch, Mr. Kofi Asare has asserted that, Ghanaians are complianing about the $22 million dollars given as a design for the house of 'god' because they don't know that Ghana is a rich nation. In a post shared on his official Facebook page on Saturday, 25th June 2022, he wrote;
Meet Hendrick Chebanga, an African artist who creates amazing toys with scrap materials. He creates anything with wheels or without wheels as long as he has the required material to design. The creative man uses scrap materials to create his artworks. Hendrick Chebanga is an African artist who uses scrap to create his toys.
The last daughter of Apostle Emeritus Prof. Ing. Kwadwo Safo, Ghana's prolific inventor of our time, widely known as Ewura Adwoa Safo, has shared an amazing photos to Mark her birthday celebration today. Popularly known as Ewura Adwoa, the beautiful daughter of Apostle Safo photoshoot was staged in a brightly lit room with art craft butterflies, with rich African costumes to espress her love for culture.
There's a viral picture of an incredibly realistic painting going viral on the internet and peeps can't seem to believe theirs eyes hence some have expressed their reactions and rained praises. Sometimes certain paintings are so realistic and totally seems to be out of this world, it shows the mastery and the command the artist have over his brush.
Some weeks ago, a photographer was captured taking advantage of a lady with a huge backside white taking photos at a gathering. Another video has surfaced online showing a similar scenario. Watching the video carefully, you can see a beautiful lady with huge buttocks standing at a gathering taking in drinks.
Popular and investigative journalist, Mannaseh Azure Awuni, has reacted to the trending picture of a young girl who painted the first lady of Ghana, Rebecca Akufo-Addo. Azure said that, the picture doesn't exactly looks like Rebbeca but he won't ridicule it because the heart of the painter is what matters.
There has not been any single day that one can not see and interesting story on the internet and its related social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and many more which can not be outlined. On the internet (Facebook) today as I was scrolling through my news feed to read on today's updates, a picture of Rebecca Akufo and a little girl came into my perspective which they hold in their hands a framed picture.
Photos become more beautiful and memorable when you get a professional photographer. A professional photographer can create beautiful poses that can you the memorable picture that you want. However, what this photographer and a lady were captured doing in this video has got many Ghanaians talking. Watching the video carefully, you can see that the lady was wearing red bikini pants and a brassiere.
The construction of the National Cathedral is continually generating debates in this country. We have those who are strongly for its construction and these people are mainly those from the ruling party. But the majority of Ghanaians seem not to be in favour because of the current economic conditions.
Welcome to my page for yet another time. I will be sharing with you in this article about some funny pictures that will cause you to laugh uncontrollably. Funny pictures are simply images meant to put laughter on the face of people. This can be in the form of words or an art work.
Sister Deborah Explains How Two Lecturers From KNUST Assisted Her To Get A Master's Degree In London
The Ghanaian television presenter, musician, and model, Deborah Owusu-Bonsu, better known by her stage name Sister Derby has explained how she got the opportunity to offer her Master's Degree in London. According to Sister Deborah, she got her first degree from the Department of Publishing Studies, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).
Photographers have really been trending in Ghana now. This is because of what they have been spotted doing at an event. You can see a photographer at an event dancing with the ladies. This photograph that I'm about to share, the screen shot below, was recorded rubbing his hand on a bride's chest.
Over 200 people born in the month of April who lives in Tarkwa Nsuaem and abroad has paints ten pedestrian crossing in the Tarkwa business Street. The painting of the pedestrian crossing forms part of the April born Association to show love and also to enhance safety on busy arterial roads in the Tarkwa Nsuaem municipality.
The lifestyle of each person defers from others. Certain people possess extraordinary abilities, and talent which makes them different from people. Those that have some of these gifts, are sometimes envied by people. One should know that, we all are not the same. No one looks alike, even identical twins don't always look the same.
The good evening Ghana host, Paul Adom Otchere reacted to the refund of the 365,000 cedis payment of ex gratia to the governmt by Togbe Afede. Paul called Togbe Afede many names while painting a picture that claims the ex gratia was illegal according to Togbe Afede. But from what we have witnessed on the media, Togbe Afede gave back this money in his own will because he claims it was better for the development of Ghana than to be kept in his pocket for his own gain.
African art frequently depicted early contacts with Europeans. Take a close look at the mask's top (and the detail below). Do you notice any faces? These depict Portuguese explorers with beards and mudfish-flanked headgear who visited the Benin Kingdom on Africa's west coast in the late 1400s.
Yet again ghanaian craftsman Kwesi Botchway has blown the personalities of the workmanship world in Brussels a city in Belgium with his enrapturing representation compositions. Kwesi the contemporary impressionist, as he jumps at the chance to depict himself, named this workmanship display RUMORS OF BLACKNESS and was held at Maruani Mercier Gallery.
The Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture has announced the closure of the Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park. This was contained in a notice to the general public. It was closed on Friday, May 27, and will remain closed to the public “until further notice”, a statement signed by the Chief Director, John Yao Agbeko noted.
The artwork is "one of the rarest and most sublime pictures in existence," according to Christie's, which estimates a sale price of "in the vicinity" of $200 million. The winning bidder, according to Bloomberg, was US art dealer Larry Gagosian, who operates a gallery network.